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Virgin Atlantic Launches New Twice Weekly Service to the Bahamas

Virgin Atlantic will launch new twice-weekly service between London Heathrow and the Bahamas from November 20, 2021. Flights will go on sale starting August 11th, with return Economy Class fares from £713 per person.


Virgin Atlantic Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner - Courtesy Boeing

On Wednesday (August 4, 2021), Virgin Atlantic announced the launch of new twice-weekly service between London Heathrow and the Bahamas starting November 20, 2021. Tickets will go on sale starting August 11th, with return Economy Class fares from £713 per person. Additionally, the carrier will increase service to Barbados by 60 percent with five weekly flights from Manchester and 11 weekly flights from London Heathrow. The increased service to Barbados will be available from October 31, 2021.


In Wednesday’s announcement, Virgin Atlantic’s Chief Commercial Officer, Juha Jarvinen, said,

“We couldn’t be more excited to add the Bahamas to our ever-expanding portfolio of Caribbean destinations. We are seeing a real demand from our customers for luxury holidays in the sun with Brits keen to escape on their next adventure after a difficult year. With 16 islands surrounded by the world’s clearest water, the Bahamas offers the perfect escape for those travellers looking to either simply relax or explore a new corner of the world.


“We’re currently flying to Barbados, Antigua, Jamaica and Grenada and expect to restart Tobago and Havana, Cuba in the upcoming months. We look forward to launching new services to the Bahamas as well as the first direct service from Europe to St Vincent and the Grenadines in October 2021. As we head into winter 2021, we look forward to expanding our Caribbean portfolio from six islands up to eight and we are incredibly excited to welcome customers onboard flying to our destinations both old and new, heading off on holiday or travelling to visit loved ones.”

Founded by entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson in 1984, Virgin Atlantic has brought innovation and the highest level of customer care to the airline industry. The carrier was voted Britain’s only Global Five Star Airline by APEX in 2020 for the fourth consecutive year. Headquartered in London, Virgin Atlantic employs 5,900 team members worldwide. The airline currently serves 27 destinations across four continents. Alongside shareholder and Joint Venture partner Delta Air Lines, Virgin Atlantic operates a leading network between the US and UK, with onward connections to over 200 cities around the world. By 2022, Virgin Atlantic will operate an efficient and simplified fleet of 37 twin-engine aircraft, delivering a 10 percent savings compared to the aircraft they replace.



Source: Virgin Atlantic

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